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    January 2, 2017

    15U Female Provincial Team Program


    VIEW TRAVEL ITINERARIES: The 15U Female Provincial Team Program will begin with open tryouts on May 26-28, 2017 at the University of Manitoba.  A total of 12 athletes at this age level will be chosen for the team and will continue training through the summer.  The team will be attending a number of warm-up tournaments in July heading into the Canada Basketball National Championships July 23-29, 2017 at the University of Regina in Regina, Saskatchewan.

    ELIGIBILITY
    • Females born in 2002 or later residing in the province of Manitoba on or before February 1, 2017
    COACHING STAFF

    • Head Coach - Darren Sampson
    • Assistant Coach - Jodi Sampson
    • Assistant Coach - Stephen Ralko
    TRYOUTS 
    • Date: May 26-28, 2017
    • Location: University of Manitoba Investors Group Athletic Centre
    PRACTICES
    • Communicated directly by the coach to the team.
      TEAM ROSTER:

      15U Female
      #NamePosHtHometownAgeGrSchool
      2Katrina RoganFwd5' 11"Winnipeg159Henry G Izatt Middle School
      3Macaila RussellFwd5' 10"Winnipeg159Miles Macdonell Collegiate
      4Maltha UwambajimanaGuard5' 5"Winnipeg149Acadia Junior High
      5Treyah PaquetteGuard5' 3"Winnipeg127École Lacerte
      6Bethany BalaktsisFwd5' 8"Winnipeg149Sargent Park School
      7Alycia SosnowskiFwd5' 9"Winnipeg149St. Maurice School
      8Aira AbelloGuard5' 6"Winnipeg149Andrew Mynarski School
      9Catherine MarquezGuard5' 6"Winnipeg159Oak Park High School
      10Alyssa PorcoFwd5' 11"East St Paul138Robert Andrews School
      11Izabella MarquezGuard5' 10"Winnipeg149Grant Park High School
      12Abby SmithFwd6' 1"Winnipeg149Dakota Collegiate
      13Emily MandaminFwd5' 10"Winnipeg149Dakota Collegiate
      PPElizabeth DueckFwd5' 11"Winnipeg148École Marie Anne Gaboury
      PPMadan FrolekFwd6' 0"Winnipeg159Miles Macdonell Collegiate


      COMPETITION SCHEDULE: 

      Local exhibition games in Winnipeg in June & July (communicated by the coach)

        1. PRAIRIE CUP SASKATCHEWAN SERIES - JULY 2, 2017
        • Tournament Name: Prairie Cup Series 
        • Tournament Dates: July 2, 2017 
        • Competition LocationBrandon University Healthy Living Centre, 2010 Louise Ave, Brandon, MB MAP
        • Tournament HotelN/A - day trip
        • Travel Day: July 2; day trip (return home Sunday evening)
        • Depart WinnipegSunday July 2, 2017 Arrive Brandon: Allow for 2 hours 
        • Depart Brandon: After last game on July 2 Arrive Winnipeg: July 2 - expect evening 
        • Transportation Each family is responsible for organizing transportation to and from Brandon.  Speak to your coaches if help is needed.   
        • Tournament Website & Schedulehttp://www.basketballmanitoba.ca/2017/06/manitoba-hosting-15u-saskatchewan-in.html.  Results to appear on the Basketball Manitoba Twitter feed


        2. SIMPLY THE BEST TOURNAMENT - AMES, IOWA - JULY 6-8, 2017
        • Tournament Name: Simply The Best Basketball Tournament (NCAA Certified Event)
        • Tournament Dates:  July 6-8, 2017
        • Competition Location: The Fieldhouse 1010 Dickson Ave, Ames, Iowa plus other shown HERE
        • Players Hotel: TBA (Hotel Website)
        • Items to Bring
          • PASSPORT AND/OR OTHER CITIZENSHIP DOCUMENTATION.  Players will not be permitted on the bus without showing it to their head coach - READ SPECIAL NOTES ON US TRAVEL
          • Meal money for all meals (breakfast is provided in the hotel).  Suggested amount: $150 US for 4+ days
          • US Spending money for the entire week
          • Snacks for the bus (no fruit, vegetables, peanuts or meats as they may be confiscated at the border) 
          • Basketball shoes, jersey/uniforms
          • All Basketball Manitoba Gear received this year (practice top, shorts, hoodie, sweat pants, long sleeve T, T-shirts, Toba socks, backpack) 
          • Pillow, blanket (for bus trip)
          • Water bottle
          • Clothes for 4+ days
          • Toiletries (toothbrush, toothpaste, shampoo, brush, deodorant, etc)
          • Any medications (if applicable)
        • Travel Days: July 5 & 8 (return to MB after last day, next day arrival early AM)
        • Depart WinnipegWednesday July 5, 2017 8:00 AM Arrive Ames: July 5, evening
        • Depart Ames: After last team finishes on July 8: Arrive Winnipeg: July 8/9, late night or early morning 
        • Bus Departure & Arrival Location: JYSK Store parking lot, 2089 Pembina Hwy MAP
        • Transportation: Highway Bus (operated by Leisure Tours)
        • Tournament Websiteshttp://attacktournaments.com/simply-the-best.html
        • Area Hotels & Attractionshttps://www.thinkames.com/

          3. CANADA BASKETBALL NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS - JULY 23-30, 2017
          • Tournament Name: Canada Basketball National Championships
          • Competition Location: University of Regina, 3737 Wascana Pkwy, Regina, SK
          • Tournament Hotel: University of Regina Residence Website
          • Tournament Dates:  July 24-29, 2017 
          • Travel DaysJuly 23 & 30 (6+ hour bus ride)
          • Depart WinnipegSunday July 23, 2017 - 9:00 AMArrive Regina: 6 hours later, 3:00 PM range
          • Depart ReginaSunday July 30, 2017, 10:00 AM: Arrive Winnipeg: July 30, late afternoon
          • Bus Departure & Arrival Location: Earls Polo Park parking lot, 2089 Pembina Hwy MAP
          • TransportationHighway Bus (operated by Leisure Tours)
          • Tournament Websitehttp://15unationals2017.web.geniussports.com/
          • Tournament Schedule: http://15unationals2017.web.geniussports.com/
          • Tournament Video WebcastingCLICK HERE 
          • Area Hotels & Attractionshttp://tourismregina.com/

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